Bucholz Conservation Award
2022 Kurt Bucholz Conservation Award Recipient: Todd Heward
Heward is being recognized for his for his outstanding efforts in the conservation of water, soils, habitat and land across Wyoming.
The Bucholz Conservation Award is given in memory of the late Dr. Kurt Bucholz, DVM, rancher from Carbon County, and early supporter of the Stock Growers Land Trust. The Bucholz Conservation Award winner encompasses the agricultural stewardship values and conservation ethic that Dr. Bucholz exemplified in his life.
In his current role as the president of the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts and as a Supervisor and District Manager on the Medicine Bow Conservation District, Todd has served the state by assisting with range improvement projects totaling more than $3.7 million dollars. He has actively supported other landowners in their efforts to conserve Wyoming’s working lands, livestock and wildlife habitat for nearly twenty years.
“When you think of all the good and worthwhile things Todd has done on his ranching operation, and across the state – range improvement projects, conservation efforts and encouraging appropriate use of water, soil and habitat – he is very deserving of this award.” – Stacey Scott
View the official press release and Heward’s many accomplishments here.